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PUBLIC 




LEDGER 



MAYSYILLB, KY.. FWIDAY, OC f OBBB 11, 1012. 



ONS COPY— ONE CENT. 




Tk« kolamn Icith are ftlllag, 

A-falliaR til tba wbil* 
B«t afUtora «»eni to baft 
, . . • na hnm tki»—A a mH*. 



PIrtt PrMlytfriM Cliirol 

B«rTleet prrpiratory to tba Commnolon 
(naxt Sabbath) will be bald toDight at 7 
e'eloeb. It I* Jeaired that all the membarB 
irtha Chireb atuad, aad aaj alhan in- 
t iraatai ia Ika Mttar of thab ataaiiag with 
Qai. 



YORK WON THIRD SAME 

Boston, M.vo , October 10th— The 
New York NatioiiBls overcame the 
Boiton Americans today by a score of 
2 to 1 lo the third game 61 tbt world's 
biaebal) ohampionahip ntIm. Each 
cinbbaanow won a victory, the second 
game having ended in a tie. Nearly 
86,000 people witneaaed the pitcher'a 

The score: 



iDoiaga— K. H. R. 

N«v York 010010 000-2 7 1 

..'.....oooooooai— 1 7 0 




LET UNCLE SAM 

GIVE YOU THE FACTS 

OoTeromeot reporta ihowtbe ateady 
output ol coal daring the laat few 
yeara haa made the dealers push for 
wider marliets, We are Roidf; to get 
more trade — your trade — by Kiviiig 
yoii n Krcater value lor your money. 
Y(Mi will Kcvcr Ket oQl Of debt Quleie 

you l!)uy widely. 

MAY8VILLE COAL CO. 

rMOVB IIS. 



In Mammouth Cave 

All sipoBisa for itj fall trip $12 15 oo 
morniog traia Oatokar lOtb. Sao N 
agent. 



jOanted! 

young Aadti for Ojfica Assistant 
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.. 



CMON STKKKT NTM: r.lTdM) 



In the Market For a 



WHEAT DRILL 

Then Our "New Peoria" Is What Von Want 

' It has perlect working discs, fitted with dust proof chilled 
bearinf^s. siogle draw bars that will not gather trash, otaggard 
spoke wheels with 7*incb hub and 3 inch tires, continuous rear 
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging, 
direct pressure in loar of disc; a feature we claim will make 
this dnll work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain 
and where other ilrills cannot be operated. A se.it in center 
oi drill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in aud let 
us show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with the 
names of a score oi satisfied users. One feature ol our drill 
that puts it in a class by itsoll and makes it superior to all 
ottysr drills on the market is the "Peoria Disc iShoe." You 
woin^t firid the disc shoe on any other press drill on earth, the 
Peoria peopln have that feature cinched find they are going to 
hang on to it. If you want to know why we can grow more 
wheat to the acre alter this drill than any other with the same 
amount of grain sown, come in and let Uf explain to you the 
••New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill." 

We Have Just Gotten in a Full Stock of 
Fine Baling Wire 




Brown 



THE SQUARE DEAL MAN 



.Sbermao Taylor uf Uajrivilla and IJa Build 
Hafar of AberJeao were married at George- 
''ta«a MoDdiy. 



MRS. CHARLES P. WEAVER 



iftMl UiitvUti VSMM tt Ad- 

dran Woman's Club to 

Maysville Tomorrow 
Aftaraoon 



M . . 'Mn. Chartia P. Waatar o( LoalafUlo, ai- 
Praaldeot of the State Federation of Womeo'i 
ClBba, «IU addraaa the Ituoo Coaaty Womaa's 
I ^flM toaohov, 8at«r4ar. eftoraaaa at 2 
aToloek at tka elgb rooma. 

.Mrs. Waaw ia aa oieolUnt apaakor aad 
feaa 4oea great vock aaMiag tba raral aokoola 
el tba ■leatalai tl tteity. 

aflor tba apaakiog Ibere will be in Inf irm 
a) raeeption to i.bl( tliatiaguiabed womao wbo 
la buth bnuJaiiniu kuj tdeotad. 



Tba TraoayWanis wan won 
yeatarday by Uadaa io 2.-U6i. 



ai Loxiagtoa 



Yaitorday afternooo Dr. Roone Pblll'pi waa 
Botoreyeliag bia way op Second atreet aod on 
taroieg Sooib ioto Uarkat he collided with 
Basil, aoa of Captaia Jaaos Data, aad kaock- 
a4 bia aprawliag ea tba groaad. fortn- 
aataly tba lad was doI hart other than a 
sligbt brniaa. The aeeldant waa rather na- 
a*oidabls aa a atreet car waa rouodlng ioto 
Soaoad stroat, tkai obattaetiog Iba Doctor'a 
view. 



Gun Play 

Yeatarday aftaroooa two buiioasa nao bo- 
eaaa iavolfod la a boated argMoet ia ilarkot 
strtot Of or a dobt ooe owed tka atho/. Tbo 
coatrefony goaoratad iato a gaa play sad 
kaoob dam, ia wkiek tka woald be gaa-uiar 
waa at iko raeoMag aad al .tlia lia«,kaaidaa 

being diiarned by bit plucky antaifonlat, who 
taraod tka waapoa oTsr lo the offioera o( the 
law. ' 



Something Good 

Helnx's Cream of Pea Soufi, 
Helnz'a Celery Soup, 
MelnM'a Tomato Soup. 

. FOR SALE 47 20c and 25c. 

The Quality Grocer. T r^AT^TTQU 
Matoflic Temple BIdg. J> ^« ^<^r\DLfiOn 



For Repairing Your Roof 

Cii't iiur I'ap'iir shin^-lp, prl<<f SI per IkouSMd, or utir Cyrn't* Ntilnt-I<'. i>rli-.i> fn 'ri i^t 
lliiiutiinil ir you »tii)i » (;oiiipo(ltloB ronf we hitvp the <'v<'>ii<i vh itit»Doy f 'f tin* Na- 
tloiiiil Kirljlinr mid U\v NiiUoiial Siuirt Siirraci'. Hrlo- [>rr «<|ii»ra for the Btibber. t-ply 
•I.IU. S ply 11.45, » ply (l.TA: thu ShikI Surfucx. I ply fl Vt. 2 ply 11.16, t-ply ti.9». 
Till! It Oiv bfit iviiu|>a>ltlon root we have aven uii tliti iimrket. 

FOR PLANING MILL WORK rvv;;%r.l:v,?;:^t^^s;t%'rn'^^^^ 

lnii|ic'CI '■ur »toi'l; iiikI you will li'»V(' yinir onl^r. 

THE MASON LUIUBER CO. 

Ineorporatrd. . 

Cor. Unteslone and Second Streets. 'Phone 8f 9* 

Agents for Deering Machinery. ntayavINc, Ky. 



A. A. M< l.AI <.m,IN. 



I \ iii;ii \fi. 



.Violet Locke, 8(;ed 7, of Commeroe atreet, 
while roaplag at tba Fiflb Ward School 
Ralldlag yaatarday aoralag, fall aad broka 
hei ara. 

laportant Oitcovsry 

IIopKiN!<viM K. K'y ,'().!tober 10th.— C.P.Jsr- 
rrtt, of thia city, claima to hare discovered a 
proosH for oarlef tba baafy dark tabaaeo o( 

Weatern Kentucky lo that it makes a floe 
filler AB nilM and fr.iKrant aa the IlaTsna. 

TO THE PUBUC I 

Haviag leased for a tara ft yaara tba Now 
St. Charles Hotel at Usysrlllo. I bow opaa it 

to lhi> iiulilic. Thij hotel in nicely arranged 
fur thtt ciinvdnience and comfort of its gat'etc: 
Htoam betted tbrouKboot, with clean roomn 
aod bsdi, aad tko table will bo soppliod at all 
tinss witb tba best that tba markst aad my 
fsra affords, and g<irv>-i\ in a manner to tiekia 
the moet faplidious Piili'uri'. All guests will 
treatod with true Kentucky honiiitiillly that 
will maks yon fool at hooa. Coow aod sso. 
B. S. MoNTOOioatY, Proprietor. 
(Adrsrtiaamaat) 



SAVER KRAUTI 



wot tUEoawa 



Opp—Me Ban 



DINGER & FREUND 



LEADING RETAILERS, 
MARKET STREET, 



For Sale — Sfcond-haod mapln Hooring, good 
aa new; also 3-ioch pioo sod sons heavy 
timbers. Call on Joba A. Tkoaaa at Aaa^ 
ioaa Tobaoeo Company. 

(Advert laonaot) 



Keraey WallioKford, lypbold pstlool, was ro> 
■oTod ia Coogblia 4 Co.'a ^balaaea yeatar- 
day noratag from bis home ia Tollaaboro to 

Wilson Iln^pit^!. 



^ Wbae aeediag deatel work eall oi Oariaai 

For aala— Paaay foraada, apyly te I. H. 
Redae, bead of Wall and Third straete. tf 
{AdvaitlseaMat] 

lira. Honnie Otto of West Front Street, wbo 
soatsfaod a paiofol lojnry to her rlxht limb 
aeveral weeka ai^o, la now ahin to get about 

hiT li >ii't> a I'. I "11' 11, 'II 1 if » crutch. 



Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires 

Drugs and ChainlMlt Should Bt Kt^ FrMh 
and FfM frm Any AduHdrrtlunt. 

Wo arn packing all nur staple draKa in aaaled boxea. wbioh aa- 
■urPH yon n airlctly pnra and rr^oh prodnot. Kpaoin Balta, Roohelle 
Baltn. Alum, urinnrlv, Clnvea, Alapice. Cream Tiirtar, I'pppwr, Boric 
Aold and many inorp ino iininnrnaa tn mrntlon are iiacked In oealed 
(<an«. Thi>y iipvpf leak niul Rhciw up tine <n yniir tiwdlrliio cheat. 



M. F. WILLIAMS & GO. 



'Oig Drugstore With 

the Little Pric 



UNION MADl: 
HAND MADE 
BEST MADE 



golden glory 

"ULOHIOVal.V tlOiHf 



POWER & DAULTON 
CIOAR CO. 

MiKana — 

MAVS\ ILI.K. KY. 



Road tba Star Clotblag Oo.'s adv. ia today's 
Lioon.' Waadartai aaerlSeaaale. 



For sole— .t lot of empty koiaa aad wbiaky 
barrels ia good oondiiioa. 

CHINOWITR'B DBUO ETOBfe. 
tlAdvortlsenaai] 

Thtf funeral of W. H. VtfU ypalcrday w ai 
under the aniiplUHd uf the KIks, (>f whii'h orJ.'r 
be waa a honored member, and itaa lnrK«ly at- 
tended by ralativss and (rioad/. Intarmeat 
in Mayavillo Coastorr. 

Ur. P. W. Wheeler rerelved a letter this 
morning from hie n.-phf» , iir. L'url I.. Whi-i Ur 
of Lexiagtoa, relative to tiie ooodiiioo c f bia 
'fatkor, Ur. Charles Wbeolor, wbo was Isjarrd 
in sn onto erssh Monday. Aa ascerp*. from 
the Poctor'ii latter Siyi: "While hia injuriea 
Bii> I'jili' I'fiinrul, I d iii'l thinik wil rcdult (icr- 
maoeatly, altbunKb it i« a little early yet to 
tall tba fall oxUat of h's lajarios. 

Assistant Pastor of St. Patrick's 

Rot. Patber P. U. Joaos, Pastor of St. I ut- 

rick's Catholic Chunh i<f Wat city l« to have 
ao iaiiatant pisto'r, Kev. Father Jossph Dwire 
of Brook8vill^ Ky., who will beglo his new 
<iuti<*a here today. 

Father jQssa bss bsaa so ooorgetio aad on 
tirinn ia the psrisb work ia Usysvilla thst bia 
health waa wealienin^ unliT tho Htrain und 
bii* new aaaiatanl will relieve bim and aUo adJ 
greatly to tka aolatloa of all aetlve Cboicb 
work. 

»- • — » — . 

GUN CLUB SHOOT 



WEATHER REPORT 



RAIN TODAY OR TONIGHT; 
SATUUDAY MUCH COOLER. 

Ur. ind lira. I'hirloe Uiiomilli'r of Iho M.in - 
hnltan lvi'!ituunr>t, are home after a foor 
weaka auto loori»g trip viaitiog rslalives ia 
Sbatbsra Kentnrky. 

B. P. 0. Elks, Notice 

Uembcr.j »f MNyfville Lodge Nu. 704, B. P. 
0. Elks, are rrqaf s'sd lo naot at tbe Elks 

llum(> at l; It> n'clu k lh:i< afternoon (Prid.iyi 
to attend thx runor.il of imr lata Krother, iJr. 
(1. K. Adans>n, abicb will bo eoadaeted 
aadar tbe riiualiatie servipea of our Order. 

IIi:m!V K. ro,:rK, Exaltad Rttior. 
A. U. ^u'^^'r, .Secretary. 



i3D- HEOHINOBR. <& OO.i 



OVR £NT§RE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913 

FALL STOCK 

In now ready tor your inspection. All we desire to aay in this "Ad." is, m have prorided for tlie nagds 
ol tbe moltitude. Splendid Wearing Snita for tbe economical, 47.60 to 110. For tbe more lavisb dreosen 
an excellent line o( Suits, Pare Worsted. Blue Sergea ineladed, 112 to $16. For tbe younx and woald aftv 
ynung man an elegant line of Snita, compriiing tbe neweet colorioge and fabriee made in Eogliabt Semi- 

KiiKlisI) RikI Norfolk models, 818 to $20. 

Our CoIIt'L^c liraiiil Clothcrt nrn the arniP nf the hi^liest art productions — $88.60 tO |88<60« 
Rtcl<>on, Knox Mini liiipt rial FaII Huts in tbe latest shapes and colors. 
Try on an K.ik'lc Cap; tlicy arn very cliic and will be TerjT popalar. 

"Mnv" Scliii'il SiiitH Hf hiu ri^iliir'iiiti." 



HECHINGER & CO. 



Maysvllle's Leading Clothing and 
Shoe Shop. 



G. A. Boshm sold all kis goods Saturday 
and will soon mora to Maysrillo. He haa been 
a Kood citisaa aad will be greatly mUsod from 
thu seiKbborhood ia wbieb bo lirod. Wo 
wi..<h him thp best of laek ia bis aaw boae.— 
Uipley Ba^. 



J^Sa eke Maaoaiaa aad La Tose a.'t eeata 

Times Star, Coriagtoa itsm: "Ura. Frank 
Towalsy Browa of Ckieago, wbo bas been 
stopping at tba Siatoa, witk Hiss Carolyn 
Hall of Scott atreet aa her gassti kaa gOM to 
llayaville for a abort atay." 



Dr. aad Mrs. A. R. Qalglay ara aofiig lito 

and will occupy a Hat io the J. B. Orr rsst. 
denes in Bast Third atreet. 



Miss Belle Smith loft Wodassday aftsmrf a 
for a viait with her eiater, Mre. Qawge Aa<\ 
draws, at Gsorgetowo, U. 



Walter Green Won Beautiful Silver 
Trophy Cop 



NeMfehmimt 
k ****** OcMssa 




Cheese 



ARE 
JHE VERY 
BEST 



As adrorlltsd the Usysvilla Uuo Club b>dd 
tbair big sboot oa the loeoi groaods yoslordav 
afternoon. It wu aa idsti dsy for it and 
there were fuljr one hundred people preaent 
to wilneae tbe abiiiitiu^-. 

Tba first five eventa were for twenty birJx 
and tbe followiag are lbs aeoros:' 
*Heikes-89oatof 100. 
Irwin— GO out of 80. 
•.■iquiro— 61 ogt of 80. 
* rrimbla— 72 oat of 80. 
•Roliday— 81 oot of 100. 
•Ward— 50 out of C>). 
J. C. C. Browning -11 out of 40. 
Riley— 66 out of Kni. 
BimpaoB— 69 out uf 100. 
Dea— 80 oot of 100. 
H«II-<J4 oot of 100. 
Baulden— 20 out of 40. 
WaUion out of 10. •■ ' 

U. Kirk-42 ottofSO. 
. JVilsoa— IS oat of 80. 
Koltb— 72H)ot of lUO. 
Graybill— 2 out of 20. 
Grmo 84 out nf 100. 
Flaa— 4 oot of 20. 
i.T»Kirk-:S5oatofC0. 
Stoae— 11 oat of 40. 
P. Park»r-27 of 60. 
Rsea -2G out of -10. 
Thoao marked * ara prufouloaals. 
Tba beaBtifhl tropby wbieb bas keea oa ei- 
hibltioa la tkeBooklagarOletkiBgotorowtadow 
was woa Sy Mr. WalUr Grsea of MaaakoaUr, U. 
formerly of tbia city. The acora ia tka event 
of twsBty-fiva birds was as follows: 
Rllof, 16 yard baadleap-^14. 
Himpsoo, 18 yard hsndiosp— 18. 
Dea, I'.t yard handicap— 18. 
Uall, -\ yard handicap — 
E. T. Kirk. 16 yasd haodioap— 13. 
M. Kirk, 16 yarl kaadlsap-lS. 
Qraea, 19 yard haodlesp— 88. 
Ksith, 17 yard handiosp— 17. 
Ket'it,' Ii'i yard haodioap — 17. 
Parker, 16 yard kaadicsv— 10. 
Tke.sboot rssalted la • tie ia botk 'first and 
ssiwad plaoo; a akoot o4 waa rsqaired wbieb 
rssalted ss follow: 
t\ir Kirat Place - 
UaH, 21 yard baadioap— 18. 
Uraaa, 19 yard kaedlM»-HS. 
Fur Saoood Plaoe~- 
Himpson, 18 yard baadioap — 16. 
Uea. 1!> yard baadioap-lS. . ^ . 
Doubles— 

Uelksa akot at 18 paiia, broke 18. 
Bolliday shot at 12 paira, broke 10. 
Ward shot at 12 pairs, hroko 12. 
Uaikaa waa bi||h profeaalunal fur the day 
ita( 100, sad Hall was kighsaatoar 
o^lOO. 



AN HVHNT IN 

UMBRELLAS 

.Another lot ol $i Umbrellas li)r mun and women. 

The last shipment went in doiil)l(' iiuick time. This is 
a consolation lot lor those who wore (.lisa{)pointed. 
Better be quick this time. 

Women s Underwear and Hosiery 

Kach succeeding autumn we sell more cotton un- 
derwear in heavier weights than the season before. 

Assortment in styles, qualities and weights — 
ail absolutely rt;lial)ie — has kept pace with demand. This 
; year the stouk is particularly amj^le. 

_ _ . . " 

UNUfiRWEAR 

j At 25c — Vests and drawers in ribbed cotton, well 
- made and finished. 



At 50c — Heavier and more closely knitted vests 
and drawers of fine Maco cotton. Union Suits and 

Tights at same price. 

At 75c — Finer qualities iu vests, drawers, unions 
and tights. All garments carefully fashitHied and fin- 
ished. 

At $1 — Silk-and-cotton two piece suits. Silk-and- 
wool two piece suits. Fine Maco cotton unions. 

Higher grades in vests, drawers and unions, up to 



Garments (or Everybody 

Our Coats and Suits are not models for the favor* 

ed lew. They offer grace and style to the woman not 
so slender as she used to be. 

Desi»j;ners have clearly succeeded in emphasizing 
the "line" not the "curve" in those attractive eoats and 
suits for stout women. The 'strongest line wc have 
ever carried in odd sizes. No matter what your ligure 
we can fit you. 





The walnot and hiokory not sessoa is oa io 
fkli blaat aad tbe saall bey ia ia Ma glory. 

Mr Cliarli'V ^■icroy and asAi.stunt hta p&int- 
iag and nuitiberioK I'l.OOO tobacco baaketa fur 
tbo Homo WareboBso Co., aad tt to aeae job. 
loo. 



George Rosa of Bracken couDty, who had 
Imoo so inmate of tbe Lexington hoapital fur 
the Insane for lw«nty yMsrH, died Thureday. 

The pablii: itctiaola at Concord, which have 
been cloaed the past fear weeka oa aeeooat 
of diphthsria, hsra reopoaed. 



.^W'Now Is the time to boy yoar winter 
coal. See Drydsa, Limsstooa street. 

I'jjonel I.. T. AnderaoD of Poiot au- View 
Stock Farm, left yeslorday morniog for Kaa- 
su City 01 a keaiaaia aei pleaaira trip eoa- 
bleed. 




Globe Stamps! 

t'ost yon notbiaii, bat 
lirlDii yo- loUortMauM. 

fui Kirti. 

aUIBE STAMP CO. 



Friday We Will Put On Sale One Lot oi Genuine 

Willow Ostrich Plumes 

Direct from our PhiladeJ^phia £aotory. Not a plume in thie lot 

that is not worth $10. 

Choice $4.98 

Aa this is the grreatest value ever offered in this town we 

would advise you to come early Friday morning. 



# 




Jim 




THE PUBUQ LEDGER 

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A. p. CURRAN. 



Editor i ^d PttbltthT. 



IMMAM* Tataipkoa* 



SunstRIFTlOHB-BTMAlU 

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naUVKRKO BY VABKIMM, 
iMlk 

Pftyablt to (MUetor aljnd ot Mfnt h, 



AH BVmtomieriosa ahk cair tM AorANam. 




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, W. N. Taft 4.t.i 

REPUBLICAN TICK£T\ 

\rOH PRUIOIMl, 

WILUAM HOWARD ..TAFT. 

rOR VICE PRKSinKNT, 

JAMBS 8. 8HEHMAN. 
rOR C0N0RK8M, 

HON. HAHRY BAILEY. 

The flrit declaration in tlio Democratic plat- 
fofm it an assault oo a Protective Tariff. The 
BeptbUean platform is ontspoheo for snch a 
Tariff. Here is one issoe squarely joined, 
and history proves the strength of the Repub- 
lican position. 

Speaking of Wilson and the Tariff, if mem- 
ory serves us right, we had a three years* 
experience with another Wilson measure from 

1898 to 1896. 



.J 



Under the Wilson bill of Cleveland'^ ndmiD- 
isinUioB there was no Tariff on wool and 50 
per cent, on goods, and the most flourishing 
industry was the souphouses. 

THE BU8HT OF DEMOCRACY. 

The sheriff was the busiest man. in Higfahmd 
county. The facts from his records are appal- 

ling. From 1898 to 1897 he sold two hun* 

dreii atul twenty-four farms and homes, served 
five hundred niid tbirty-oiio executions; and 
closed the fdUowiii^ lai^e industries: The Ohio 
Chair Co.; The llillsboro ^Manufacturing Co.; 
The Ilillshoro Gas Co.; TheHillsboro Woolen 
Mills; The Citizens National bank; and the 
First National Hank. A bankrupt eommunity* 
.is a bad market. 

If you were asked to do something that 
ought possibly reduce the value of your Und 
and your product from OM'half to three-fourths 
would you take that risk? « 

With taritT for revenue pricea for your land 
and youi product can you beat the sheriff to 
your iiioi tgagt! ^ 

What Highland countiau will take a chance 
on a return to such conditions? 

A vote for William H. Taft injures a con- 
Unoation of present conditions. — The Above 
editorial appeared in the Hillsboro Ohio, Dis* 
patch, Friday, October;4, 1912. 



THE I88UE AND THE HANDWRITING. 

Issues' are not determined by men, but by 
events. W hen a real issue impends the 
most adroit of campaign roaoagers can no 
OMMW olsate an |isoe than he can evade one. It 
is not a patter of political gtDtrali selecting 
the itantt upon which a campaign shall be 
'fotghtf easpaigM have • htbit o( de? eloping 
issues that overshadow . the original one and 
convert it into a mere perHminary skirmish. 

For months the political outpoats have heen 
skirmishing; there has t)een a rattling number 
of OQtpost fighlH, hut the real battle field was 
noi determined until within the past fortnight, 
for the real issue had not developed. 

But today the real battle ileld is revealed, 
the real issue hts come to the fron' ; the pre- 
liminary eigagefl|fnt« of the past month hare 
dwarfed into ontpoii afla^ Agkia we bave 



WH^i^ H 1« BvV lor generals to determine 
bMtlillhMs, that 11^ la oot for Madidatai to 
determine the issaes that ars befom the pen- 
pie. 

The campaign has pro ressed to the point 
where it is apparent that the split in the Re- 
publican forces m6ans the election of a free 
trade administration, a free trade congress— 
and the men of America all too well know 
that that means ^ industrial depression, panic, 
loss of employment and hard timet. Tlie lie 
pnblicaa ptrty haeiqihchi tlipae priMiplea and 
polidee which have made the nation proepe^ 
ous^to divide the Repnblie^tt foreea upon 
the eleotion day will not teault in the election 
of a man supporting these principles and 
policies, bnt in the election of the man and 
men who will drag them down and destroy 
them. 

Colonel Roosevelt's charge has been bril- 
liant, it has been sensational, it has been char- 
acteristic, but it is now apparent that it can 
have bnt one result— the defeat of the very 
prineiplea and polldes. which he is seeking to 
maiaUin. finked by the vote of the **8olid 
South,'* fkeed by divkled BeptbUean foreea in 
great industrial and agricultural sUtes, a man 
needs neither to be a prophet nor the son of a 
prophet to appreciate the fact that a free trade, 
Democratic administration may be ushered in- 
to |K)wer. 

It is a realization of this situation by the 
people ot the'great Northern and Eastern states 
which has made the real iesue, which haa de- 
termined the real battle ground upon which 
the fight will be eoadnoted during the eloting 
weeks of the campaign. 

Shall prosperity and pioteetion be kicked 
out? Shall free trade and hard times be voted 
in? These then are the qnestions that the 
voter must answer when he goes to the polling 
place in November. They may be entirely 
different from those which many of us thought 
would be asked ; they may be entiiely different 
from those which the campaign managers had 
determined would be best anited to their .pur- 
pose, but they are the ooee determined by 
events and therefore the real ones. 

The pioteotive tariff is alone to be maintain- 
ed by the election of a Repabliean administra- 
tion. This fact is apparent to any one who 
studies either the politics or tbp past or the 
politics of today. To divide the t'orceri b»J 
lieving in protection, believing in an honest 
dollar, believing in ^he upholding of the na- 
tional honor and integrity, is to defeat these 
very things by electing men who have always 
opposed and fought then.— Commercial Tri- 
bone. .^»____-_» 

The United Sutes ib.the greatest Free-Trade 
country on earth. Considerably more^than half 
our imports come in free, and the Tariff is of 
much lesH per capita here than it i» in Free- 
Trade Koglan d. 

THE taInpf muE. 

No an g nw e iit la R SB M ia r y to ahow the BMUin- 
faeturere of the country on whieh side of this 
([uestion they should take their stand. Any- 
thing that hurts the country's manufacturing 

industries in bound to hurt the workingman 
also, so that the Tariff issue will be brought 
home alike to capitalist and laborer. 

With Protection as the dominant issue the 
Republican party will win. — Camden Post- 
Telegram. 



Na VICTROUS 

What wonldD't you %\wt to be able to have the world'a greateil •ioK«ri 
and maiioiant to ting and flay for you wtaeDever you wanted to biarthsiDl 
You cao hear them whenever and a« otlea aa you wiib with a Viclrolslafeur 
bona; and yoa can get oae o( theia wooderlul instrutaenia Iron 

m i» S200. 

p. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler 



Trained 

Eyes 


Great Help to 
' 1m' Able to 


Ay P. a. o. cAarENTiea 




WBBll TBS MBX SO VO TOWV. 



lartkt fftira Aswwlssn Msgsd— 

another Emma Mc CbetDey atory, pretenti ai one of her 
oaanietm Blaocht Ls|^y«i tb« barlMqua queao, who 
■akas a foed sMwy ceaiaMaisea lUt,as lorssaapit, 
lbs tolhmiag: 

" 'lay, Bra art all alikt. Wbat thay •«• is a <Uagy. 
balM«d, igaovMH beasb llks at. I doa'i Umh lel^s 
mlante a man goea to Olmlaod, or Pittabargh or aoSBS* 
wbMS oa baaioaaa ba'll baM a» a boflM<ios tbow, aad 
iwUlaefwIi.*/* " 



TllH world i« Ittterod witb failures caoaed bj •jrta that could not 
SIS onpMtaaity ai ths door. Tba oaaiMaatioa of tha vatraiaed 
eya Uld the untrained miod ia a handicap thai ties the world to 
dradgny. It ia tha man wbooa o/a seat baaoath tba aurfaoa of 
things who wiaa saoesis. 

Accurate observation ia one of tba rarest arta in tha world. The un« 
diaciplined eye Juinpa to concluaiona that have no reality in fact. The 
mind is blinded and daoeived b/ ejree tlut lie. It ia a oommon occurrence 
in court to ha?t two hooast w Ha wssa dIftMr dlamatrkaUy upon caMntial 
[*<)iut» of their testimony. Try to (ilescribe from roemoi^ your moat inti- 
mate friend to that a atranger could pick him out of a crowd and you 
will dfaooTer how little you hava baan aaing your eyea. 

It ia tiie man or woman who seee thinga ovarlookad by Othw% things 
to which others have been blind, who achicvea tuoceea. It was because Watt 
could aeo an enormoua power of tremendous potentiality in the ateam which 
lifted tha lid of tha babbUi« taa kattla that wa hava t&i stsam angfait of 
today, and yet steam had been making noiHy tra kettles fof thousands of 
years for uuM«in(j( cyea. And it ia the aame in all the great diicoTeriee 
that hava changed this world froin savagery to dviliaatioa. It is the art of 
seeing with trainad eyea. 

The boy or girl who aeta out deliheratetly to train eye and the regia- 
tering mind to accurate observation haa taken the Urat great step in nal 
aalf««iacation. Thay ana gifiag tbanaalvaa tha baat aqalpoMiit for the 
battle of life and preparing themselves to welcome opportunity. 

1 1 waa a young man who had trainad bimielf to sea ondar the surface 
of things who made a fortune out of diaeardad tin cana la a wealam min- 
ing camp. The caaa littared the etreeta and alleys where they had bean 
thrown by the hungry, careleaa tiiineni. They were kicked about and trod- 
den upon by hundreds of mouey-mad men daily, but ha one day noticed 
that ana of tha waata eaoa, partly aabraarfsd in Um walar that vaa puiipad 
from tha miaae, wllected a thin mat of copfwr. He saw that thousanda of 
dollars'. worth of copper in solution waa going to waste in. the water that 
pound from tha mfiiaa. Ha saw that tha tin caaa eaaght this fleeing cop- 
par and pracipitatad it la a fbw yaan ha was ona of tha aation's ayniag 
magnatea. 

Train the eye to aee things as they are, to see things which the most 
of us ara overlooking aa commooplaoa. Nature is still holdiag baek many 

secrets the diK'«very of wliich may be as profound in resulta upon civiliza- 
tion aa the advent of steam or electricity, and they are aacrats that will 
be yielded only to tha trained eye and diacipUaad brala. 



Chddren 
Must 

Elxercise 
Body and 
Mind 



Two thinga ara raqaialta for tha 

healthy and happy growth and develop- 
ment of tiie children — a playground and 
a garden. Children need a place like an 
empty bara ia wbiah thay aah awhig and 
amuse themaelves in wet and wintry aa 
well aa ia hot .aultry weather, indulging 
those gaasaa which are requiaita for tha 
schooling aliba of Oiair aiuselas sad 
nervee. 

ITaahion haa eierted a baleful influence 
ovw tha baat laaUaga of tha nothar, for 

she haa b4M.'oiue willing to sacrifice the 
iiealtb and well-being of her children by 
uQitightly expoaure of tba arma and lags, whioh ia oftw attaaded by the 
most serious injury to tha child. Merino nndarshirta should ba worn 
by the girls in winter ather, woolen stockings and heavy shoea. 

Avoid guarding the neck and throat of boys and girls. By reMon 
of tba proximity of tha aaak to tha aaat of eireolatioa thla vatjr quickly 
has the temperatttis unduly increased by an exceea of covering, to relieve 
which tha artielaa surrounding tha neck ara oftan soddeoly movad. 
PerspiratioD ia than diaokad and' throat d i aaas aa of conrsa fottow. 

As the child advaaraa in age bis desire for employment and amuae- 
ment will inureaae. £very proper opportunity, therefore, ahould be given 
for the due exercise of both body and mind, but neither ahould be too 
fatignad. shaeld ba takaa at tUa time ta pvOfida, auah aasploymaat 
or amusement aa shall exerciae the arma as well aa the legs, playing ball, 
pitching horaaaboai and tha like. After aalaoting proper faunas and exer- 
ciaes for ehildian eoastsnt aaaa ahould ba taken that aoao indulged 
in to excaas. 

Every violent exertkn is atlandad by a atraia upon pMpo sns part 
or other of the body. 

la iumping f rom gsaat haights, leaping ovar alaratiooa, lifting giaat 
weights, in fact, in every exertion of this kind the boy rieks^ producing a 
disability for life. It ia by tbasa haaardona axparimenta. that ruptorm 
ara so fraqnantly produoad. Oa thia aecouat tha aaafdim of a wall- 
regulated gymnasium become so valuable, aa tha parfana anew ara grad- 
uated, b«ginning with tha moat aa^^ sad pNfVMtfsly srriTing st the 
more difficult. 



Name 
of Mmtk 
Mora 

Value 
Than Gold 



In our mad scramble after the almighty 
doUar we forget that there ia something of 
isr BMMt Talua than gold, loaiathiiig whioh 
lanM of our waalthiaat aad sMist influential 
men do not poeaeas, something that the 
pooreet man haa a chance to have aad som^ 
tkiag whieh very few man aaa slgMly by 
eUim to. ♦^'hat is that?" yon may aak. 
No need to heaitata bafora mplying. It is 
a spotleea reputatioa. 

A person with jood hcslas sap aspsio a 
fortune, a hypoorila aan dsooHa- parsons 
into balieving him a saint aad a panan with 
hi a way, but ft mutt ba a panon of tr^ 
mradous wifl power who can withstand temptations and elude ths Wmi 
pitfalla that lure tha unsuspecting down tha path of dastniotion. 

It is hard to keep ia tha atarfght load sadM a sliai^ 'Mfc fa tha 
face of temptations, but no battle can be won wfthoot flgbting. 

The straight path U Bot liBsd with hsds a< fsssib NsMlNt is it Uaad 
with drinking saloons. 

Hardahipa moat ba aast haasriyi in ^ mnm sAm aMS hsni la 

hand. 

What person aaad ba afraid to faoa tha^ofld «itk a alaaa saoaad and 
af xi namaF Olothm 
, Conmgo sat taMStr SN <it bsMar fpillHMia M SMI «l a 



OO TO THH: 



Bpaolal price pnl oa Draas Qoods» Silks and Valvats; also 
Oordaroya. 

Bee onr 26c line. 



We have the all-wool sergee now ao popalar, in all sbatfaa 49c; 

»»CJ( " 

ask 69c. 



also the two^toaad wMpeorda at tba aahaard ol priea ^ olhars 



Beautiful Silkf .S9c and 69c. 

Juit in by today's Express, Ladies' and Children's Hats ot 
many kindn. 

Uur Millinery Bosiness has been larger than ever this season. 
Ita the right gooda at the right pricca. 
Ladies' Suits and Coats, give us a look and yoH will buy. 
The best quality at lower prices than aoywhars. 

Our Hnits (if without alteration. 



New York Store l^- 

PHONE 571.. 




THE BUSINESS MEN 
OF TODAY 



Kr« fully kwkr<- of thu vklu« ot K'xxI Uratdig u • 
tiuilDMi kttet. HYity n(ard well mkde, parftot 
Uttlnc attira M mnoli of kn ••Motlal ai tb« at- 
iractiT* >iualtU*i of a woil k«pt ttor* or offlo*. 
TS* oaly i)iMttloa U who U Uio UUor who ou 
■aka UMa ib« moat MtlsfseMry tataaaUf 
Thm e»B b« DoqaMtlOB of doubt if jrouplaoo 
jrour ordi>r with a>. BomtmtMr thii li th* onir 
•loralD thli lectlOB whtN you oao buy Bd. V. 
Prioc'i mace to nieatuee olotbat. 8m lh« 
brnwDi wa are ihowlDg forSiS tota, tlicy M* 
rf |j«at<ri. Bomtmber w* nualr all oar dry oloaa 
work fra* ot obarKc Id a worlcmaBUk* maaaor. 



C. Fa McNAMARA, 

6^ Wott Front Stroot Bfayavlllo, ny. 



PURE LIQUORS 

THE BEST :WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY, 
PEACH BRANDY, BIN AND WINES INJHE 
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 

Batiataction guaranteed or money reftinded. We don't 
handle reotlfled, blended or compounded gooda of anyk ni 
whatever. If quality counta, if purity is an otoect, if money- 
saving meana anything to you. we should have your trade. 



MAIL OIBEBB PBOmrTLY EILLils SSST-SSC 

MAYmLLi, 
KCNTUCKV 



0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. 



JUST REOEIVBD, A CARLOAD OF NEW 

Iowa Timothy Seed! 

J. C. EVERETT A CO. 



Dr. P. G. SMOOT 

Eye, Ear, Nose, 
Throat 

J— *Mo— SSS 

Chronic Diseases 



ornvn si*vsu 

VMl8a,M. «l*ep.Bi. 

aoHBava 



EDWIN MATTHEWS 

DENTIST. . 



MISS TURA TURN BR 'M assaeUUd la the 
offlo* with l>r. Smoot. 

UliiTurser li a graduaU nun* and hM bad 
MTaral yeart botpki*! eiporttae* la tba um of 
HATHt, MAMAOB aad 
BLCCTRIOITY 
POR THK TRBATMKMTOr 
CHROMIC DISIA8RS, 
Aad ll fully pr«par«l fur tha work. Any one de- 
•IHaa h*r MrTlcti will Sod brr at Ur. Umoot'i 
oSot, «h«N lb* Ma b* aontultMi iwtwMB^tb* 
lMnr*ort'aa«Ma.skaailta« ». Saadayt 
by appolatMaieolf. 



W* Are OCtorinc On Bale For • Few 



oriRspvo«««i 



WAHOO 



35e PER BOTTLE or 

3 BOTTLES POR $1 

A reaaedy tar MheaasMlea. Bloo«. 
•oa, Uvar sod KMiiay VroaMea. 



JOHN C. PfiCOK 

Dniggist Maysviile, Ky. 



mm 



C/ A Traialag 
[Acbool for Teacher* 

a.>k...i. .r in w rt i, irMiai 
Vmmttm a.fl.v 

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4. rirM M«UMaal HMk I 
■AV«TUJLa.KT. 

Lo«al aad L08| tOaaaXe.|H. 
Dlsiaaoa Fkaasa f BssMaaas lal Ml. 



W. PORTER, 

niVIUL INMCTn. 



ti bms mmb* a«. 



MAWnUB,** 




4- 



Than 200 ColunM | 

• World's BMt iMh Mdnlh * f 

ootii from dailies uid wccUIm pubUAod kl C> J ' 

C'lu: try, LoDilun. Dublin, Pari*. BerHn, f J 



The World 

C.irtootii from dailies and wccUIm pubUAod kl 

I'.ii* rou: try, LoDilun. Dublin, [>a.ri«. BerHn, 
lur.ich. \ iciina, Warsaw, Budaimt, St. Pclers- 
\iTlf, Antsttnlam, 9tult|{art.Turiii. Rome. Liabon, 
unch. Tokiu. SnaiighaL Sydney, Canada, and 
luth America.' and all u* snrrat atias of lb* 

Jmii 0^ ifynffcTif *^ *^ cartocea 

H Msturs WslMy ef WsfM^avsHliaMBMHtt 

^AKIPAION OARTOOIIS-Poaowtba 

iiiipaiKti in 'C'artuons ' and watch th« 0|ipoa. 

•m partk.-* laruaiurc each other. 

rcaaLv'si^BacNimaN ai.aai i 

Uae Imc umpi* cm will b« ■ill.il i 
L-hm, H. II.WINMOK. H* W, "'-*-'-gT 

ASK YOUR NIWtMMLIII 





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ChcuMike I Obit 

aobadula «*aellt«Jaa. 
s, IMS. aub)wt u akaas* 
witbaat 




ITRAUS M*t« MAYSVIbM^BY. ^ 

• :»a.ak, Stil a. ■ . .dallf.taaat 
•ak-aan loaal. S:ISa. a., »:« ». ■. 

irrwiKOVi 



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I 













CARLOAD OF 



4 



BdiLT PVMMJo Luams 



MAYSVILLE, K\., FRIDAY. OU'lOBER 11. 1912 




Om« upon • tiM • mu limUl* 

•MM ktt for • VOBH. 11 ~ 

teu, dvnieka, enrUiqaM 

WM gMTMtMd aot to MU* 

60 Mal*.n4 nqiln4MM 



tokMHte 



TOBACCO 



1912 Crop it Exetiltnt 



Area Harvastid TMt Year 20 
< Par Celt Greater 



VWd itaohn a Total of 94ajM,' 

soo 




While it will be a record-breaker 
the tobacco crop of the Uniteii Siatec 
hae kept pace with wheat, corn and 
Otfatr eropa io 1912, und the 
rteM will bi u)Oiidmbly in 
excess of last year. Bokb the arrtage 
and tb« total production will not fall 
for abort of the big prodaotioo years 
«l 1908 aad 1910. 

MtVtr bafore in the hiatory of the 
tobacco crop has tbe weather tbrough- 
tba entire tobacco growing regiou 
bMD to fovorable to tbe propar growth 
aad aarly natority of tba planta. 
Alter a aomewhat late start in ce tain 
•ectiona, notably the hurley belt ol 
Ktntucky, IndiaDa and Ohio, a 
Bplaadid trowiBg aMMS waa en- 
eonntered ap to tba tima of barveat. 
Oattini was completed earlier this 
yaar than uaual, practically the eb- 
tirt erop baiog aalaly booMd by 
Oilobar Itl. Ooly la Nattarlot aec- 
tiooa waa the crop slow to mature.and 
it if probable that not more than 5 per 
cant, ol the crpp remained uobarvest- 
od Odobar Isl. 

TBI TOTAI. PBOOVOnON. 
Calcolationa baaed on The En- 
qairer'a thorc^gb canvaaa ol all the 
eoaatiaa ol kantucky, Obio tad In^ 
dfauM and Iba iMpoitonI tobaooo- 
growing regions ol every atata pro* 
ducing tobacco lor commarcial par* 




HAYS HAIR.HEAIM 



5 Restores color to grey or 
faded hair; Qeonies, cools 
and inviioratei the Scalp. 
9 Removes Dandruff-there- 
by giving the hair • dianoe 
to grow in a healthy natural 
way and stopping ita falling 
out. Keeps hdr oofi and 
glossy. Is not a dye. 

tl.M aad Me al Dn« Smtm or diract 



PUto Hsr 
tl. S. A. 



KEEPS YDO LOOKING TDUNG 



T. J. CiMMWVtli. 



THEATER. 
Matinee and Night. 



AlliWMAlM'liAIINTII 

»|alMMtPM»l WMIt. 
M^pAfMNNIIi 

■ ^ jDontdy 

i>" ' . ' ■ ' 

MaliaslM daily t to ft. I<ait ihow 

piOMptly til i tot (obool cblldnn, 
• • 



poses, indicates a tntnl yield this ysar 
ol 949,993,600 pounds grown on an 
araa ol 1,066.882 acrsa. Laat year's 
aersaia tolalsd 811,689 aetta, prodne* 
ioa; approximataly 742,060,600 pounds- 
This is an increase of 178, or 20 
per cent, io area, and a gain ol 207,- 
988,000 poaads, or 87 par cant, in 
yitld. Tba GknrsrasMBt'a flgaras 
for 1911 gave an eotimate ol 1,013,000 
acrea, and 1,366,(X)0 acres in 1010. 
Tba official eatimate ol the production 
Iba paat ibraa yaara was aa follows: 
1911, 906.109,000 ponndsi 1910, 1,- 
10r?.41.'-..000 poundfl; IWO, 1.056,765,- 
001) pounds. From these tigurea it 
will be aaaily aaaa bow closa to tba 
>ecord eropa of 1909 and 1910 tba pra- 
sent crop will approaeb. 

KRNTl'CKV MAKKS BIO GAIN. 
Keoturav, the largcit tobacco pro- 
duction aection in the world, this year 
raiaed an area ol 353, 600 acres, yield- 
inK a total 814,867.800 poaads, a 
clear gain over last year of 90,996 
acres in area planted and an increaHt> 
ol 72,472.ttUO pounda, or 21 per cent, 
in prodoetioo. Tba planting saasoo 
waa dala>ad aomawbat by iaelaaaaat 
weather, but the crop came to early 
maturity because of a splendid fjrow- 
ing aeaaon tbrougbout the summer 
period. 

Nortb Carolina, which ranks sac* 
ond among the largept tobacco-pro- 
ducing IStatea ol the country, this 
year reports a barvastad araa of 210,> 
000 aeias, wttb aa astlasatad yiald ol 
147.000,000 pounds. The qaality thia 
year ia said to be a shade inferior to 
that ol the 1911 crop. The yield per 
acra, bowavar, was baaviar. Tba out* 
look is most eneooraging for an ad< 
vaaca la priea tor the 1912 cro>. 

INTHC BCBLBY BKLT 

Io the burly belt conditiona at 
harvest were nuch mors satisfactory 
tban bad baao antlsipatad tnrliar in 
the season. Many conntias which 
planned to put out a large acreage 
seemed handicapped at planting |time 
by uafaforabla waatbareonditlOBsand 
ia soflss soptlOBS aoarelty of plants. 
At ths tima Ths Eoquirer'a spring 
canvass waa made it seemed inevita- 
ble that the intended area would have 
toba isdooad. Macb ot the erop was 
plantad lata, bowavar. and mada such 
rapid growth that it was cat almost 



The ACCESSIBILITY ol its offlcars is ona ol tba laatorsa ot tbis 
Oonpaey'a baaiaaks wbleh saa searosty ba loo stroafly ampba* 

aixed. 

An impression is apt to exist among depositors in any banking 
institution that they may never have any businesa wilbin ita 
doors except when dspoaiting or withdrawing money. Tbil la al 
Isast not tba oass Ja ths ofltoss ol this Ooapaay, WOtt ITg AIM 
Ig TO ilBVl. 

(continosd) 

UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO. 

MAYSVILLE, KY. 



THE PASTIME 



TONMNT ONLY 



A MARIIAtI OF eSNVIRItSei 

KoUIr Coiiimly 

ARiUHOOONSTANTINOPLi 

Kilklr. 

LOST A NUIIAND 

Rex. 

IN TMI JAWS Sr TNI FRONT DOOR 

Shamrook 



simultaneously with the earlier plant- 
ing. Reports Iron practically every 
county in the hurley bait indlcata not 
only a forga yiald. bot a daeldsd Iss* 
provement over previous crops in 
qaality. Manv sections claim the 
beat crop ever raised. A conaerva- 
tive sstimals of tba ataa ol barley 
tobacco harvested tbie year may be 

given as follown: Kentucky 173,736 
acres, Ohio 21,067 acres, Indiana 
10,698 acrea. Weat Virginia and scat* 
teriat eaetloae. 10.000 aetsa: total 
216,401 SONS. The harvested acreage 
in 1911 was 18.S,089 acrea, making an 
increaaa thia year ol 82.812 acres, or 
17 perceat. Tba barfsstad bdrlay in 
1910 waa 884,000 aenat 1909. 864.897 
acrea. 

Baaed on the average yield in the 
varioua counties a total of 906«131,- 
000 poo ads of barley tobaeoo is ia* 
dicated lor 1918. Lart year the 
total production waa 174,186.700 
pjunda. 

Tba average of 1911*18 and yield 
in Mason, Fiamiag, Brackaa aad 

l^wis coanties: 

1911 1919 Paund$ 
MaMS 6500 6.600 4,960,000 

FlemioK 4.500 4..''>00 6.400.000 

Braokaa 4.000 6.600 6,600,000 

Uwla 4,000 4,000 8,6004100 

Quality ol 1912 crop: 

Mason — (irowers say this year's 
crop best ever grown in county. Fine 
textara and good color. 

Fleming— Fine crop. Moatly all ol 
it is curinf; in npleodid shape. Better 
color than u^ual. Undoubtedly finert 
crop ever raiaed io thia county. 

Brackaa— The 1918 erop la eoasid* 
ered one ol tba fineet in quality, aixe 
and condition ever harvested in tbis 
county. Color ia very bright. 

Lawla— A good quality, crop coring, 
nicely. 

Captala Bill of tbe .Sixth i:aited Stalaa 
Cavalry, IsjeaUd at Dm Moiaaa, Iowa, asset 
1fa4assiay hare tka gaast af Mr. L T. A M a r 
sea of Palat*aa-Vlew Btask Para. 



From (Aa Uoaetfe. 

8aHa Kaass at Maysvllle vMtsI 
orday aad Sasday . 



ksrs 8at- 



Mrs. 



AIIm Jaakiar of Haaehaatar aad Sadl* 
Stagaar af Mayaviila vara graated a SMiriaga 
liosBM la Otaetoaatl Tharaday. 



WASNINBTON THEATER 



TONiBHT. 



A WIFE QF THENIllI 

S. A A. 

MARJORirS OIAMONO RINR 

EdUoD. 

HI8tIMI9LiVI 

Pailw. 

SoavsBlr If atlM* Salaiday 

afttrnoon I :I0. 



ADMISSION 5 CENTS 



Ufa. J. D. Haas ef 
Sophia Ha%s at 8ssttlak Wash., 
kara. 



Mr*. Prtiton Wnll'i cana up from Ui;b- 
villa Saturday to viait Morria Atkia aad 
wife. 



MisMS Kllstbalk Uoalataaoa aad Llda Rlcb- 
asoa af M^arlHaaaae ap last Wsdsaaiay 
to ba tba gaMts of lllsa Edith Mellvalaa at 
tkalatur'aieaiaoatka BUaavllla ylka sear 



Roy K. Dadlay waa ia Mayavllla oas day 
last weak witk kla aata te waaS Qordea Craig, 
who oane (a from Chicaeo to Tiiit Urt. f. J. 
Baeakaa aad tba family of A. K. Amoi. lirt. 
Baeakaa, Mr. Craig aad othar yoaag paopU 
have kaee gaaals at tka Park Lake eattags of 
law P. Oadlay aad wifa aovaraldays. 



Thar* I* mnre Catarrh la this laoUoa of tha 
oountrr thku nil otbar dliaaMt put togathar.aad 
until the l*it few ytftri wM luppotad to ba IdoM' 
able. Furagreikt maay jrtkn.dootoriproaounead 
It alocal dlteaieaud praiorltMd loc«l ramedlai, 
ftod by ooDitkutly ralllog to cure with local traat- 
ment, pronounoed It Inourabl*. Solanoa hat 
proveu oatarrh to be aoonitltutlonsl dlteatt aod 
thercfnrerequlmuuuitltutlonftUrektmeBt. UkU'i 
Catsrrb Cure, manufaotured by P. J.Cbenay A 
Co., Toledo, O., li the only oonttltutlonal oure od 
thamarket. It ii takeo iDteraally la dote, from 
lOdropitoataaipooaful. It aettdlraeUy oo the 
bloodaad ■aooaiiartaoaa ot tha syitan. Thay 
offeroaabaadNdaaUara for aay aaaa It fatla to 
oure. Saad for eirenlara aad taatlaMatals. Ad 
'Ire... F. J. CHENKT A CX>.,VaMk,0. 

Sold byDruKKliti, 7if. 

Take HiiriKainily Pllltforoooitipatloa. 





HAVE YOU KVKR M 
NOTICED THA r lU 
THE BIOQEST II 
S rORE.S ARE Til K U 
HIUOEST HI 
ADVERTISER.^' H 
THAT'S WHAT Ifl 
UADE TBEM KIO. ID 




• 



POTATOES 

WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW 

M. C. RUSSELL CO. 



K£Y8T0Nfi CONmUCTION CO. 



Mow 



at tha 



8ouihwt8t Coroer of Bank and StcoMd'Strttta, 
■Miit8viU8.Ky. 

Is now ready tor business, with a corpa ol efficient artjbltaote, 
engineera, etc., with competent workmeosbip. beet ol malsilals, 
and will contract to batld lioai tbe very aaailaet to tba graataat 
all*firaprooI boildiags. 

S. B. CHUNN, Manager. 




L. LANGEFELS 

Hodifii PtaMMnfp SImm 
•M MWUMr NMtfiigl 

High quality ot Gas Work a Spasially. 
Handle Only the Beatol matariah'- 'Oaales 
ia Brass Valves and Fittings, Oas tftavas 
aad Baagsst All liass ol Iswai ftps. 

MqftYllittKyji 



FOR MAYSVILLE PEOPLE 



Mrs. B. N. ApslagaU waat to Bislay. Okie. 

Monday aftarooon, «her« ibe want to attend 
tba faaaral of Miaa Tomnia Eokmaa, «hieb 
too plaao tkaro tkara TSasday. Mlaa Kekaua 
it •ill ba remembered tlaitad bara aevaral 
raara ago at tba AppUgala boss*. Sba vaat 
Waat for bar haalib aad died la tka elty of 
Daavar laat weak. 



Ps SALE 



Haibi( daeldad tOHuU farinlag, I will olftr at 
publia aala, ea asy tana at Haloaa aiatloa, aa 

October 16tb, 1912, 



ALI, MY 



PERSONAL FARM 
PROPERTY 



OaaalstlBi ol 

TO head of thnrouthbmt Soatkdawa owaa 

SaTeral buck.. 

Lot ot Jeraey belle n. 

4 Jetiay eowa. 

I heavy fkrni ie»m. 

I pair of 6-year old mulat; good oaaa. 

I ihraa-Trar old rtrlflaf mm. 

i brood loare. 

I yaarllag Ally, 

5 iuckllaa ooita, 
I OttCDo boar. 

Lot aowi and alis. 
I biDdar.| 
1 mower, 

S Wk(OD.. 

3 btr frkiuf.. 
I dump cert. 
I diK hurrowi, 
tdr»( barrow.. 

I tbiae-horea OlUei biaak plow, 
t break ytowa. 
SrtdlMealUvaioia. 

! »>"««». 

1 oora plaoter. 
1 heavy Iron roller. 

Aad oUar liana toe aamaroaa to MaDtlon, 
TBBMS or SaLI-AII auKa aadar SIS 
Io bead; ovar. aagoUabIa aala fayakla la 
Sale baglaa at 10:10 a. ra. 



MATIVIUI CiriZEHI' IIPEIIUCIt rOIHIIN 
ITSPteS ril MAfSViUE OIUMUIOI 



Tbe rollowiac eiperisot a occarrad In Mays- 
f Ilia. A MaysTilla citizeo ralataa it. 

SlaUlsr aspsflaaeas are oeeorriag dally. 

MaysTllla paopio are balag raliavad. 

Gattiag rid of dtotraaaiag kidaay Ula. 

Tryieg noaoa gidaaf PWe Iks tasted 
Qoakar raoitdy. 

Mayatilla pwipio taatify, Mayarills paapit 

profit. 

Tba aridaaoa la boma arideoca — tha proof 
caafioelDK, 
MaysTilla taslimoay ia gratafaUy givaa. 
MaysTllla saffarara akoald kood ii 

W. K. Lynch. 127 W. Third itraet, Uaya- 
fllle, Ky.,iaTa: "Uoan's Kidney Fills ara a floa 
medicine. My kidoeya were weak and the 
paaaagea of the kidney aecretiooi were ecaoty 
aad painful, Hariag oaad Doaa'« Kidney 
Pilla before. I agaia got a boi aad (heir oaa 

3alekly raatorod ay kidaaya to a aornal eoa- 
ItloB. I eootlaaad aalag Doaa'a Kidney Pilla 
aad tbay conpletely reliarad na." 

Far aala by all de|lora. PrIea 60 eeats. 
reatar.HIIbara Co., Baffalo. Na* York, solo 
aganta for tba Uoltad StaUa. 

Rawaaibar tka aasM—Oaaa'a— aad take ae 



Buy Your Coal Now 

While prices are dowil laid the supply 
iefulL DON'T WAITX7NTIL GOLD - 
WVATHXRe Strikes at the viiaea 
will make the supply short aad. higlk 
prices win result WB HAVB 100^'-'' 
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW!*, ^ 

Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals 
Chestnut Cekt for Furnaces 

G.W. McD&ttiel ^ 



OFFICES 

PLUM STREET Md POPLAk STREET. 



Confidence begets confidence; and the confidence we have hi 




Vou will have when yr u have piven them a thorough trial and 
demonstrated to your entire latisfastion that they are what we 
claim them to be. 

Cstanah Jally ' 
Wiaa Ood Uvsr Oil 



Cougji Syrup 
Tbroatfitorgia 



ARE GUARANTBBD PRBPARATtONS 

DRUGGIST 

Oor.MaooBtf ai 
■nttoB Mta. 

STORE. 



Thos. J. Chenowelh, 



Maysvilie, Ky. 



Telepbooe 
No. 900. 



THE 



W. H. ROBB. 



4mtJttiitytHiittiHittiittiiitiiiittH^^^^ 

\rORCED ' JO ■ SELL SMXn 



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liatlra Stock of Tba Star Olotbiog Heuao Flaoad oa.<Sala BagianiOK 

October 5th, 1912, and Continuing 15 Days Only M 

Money inuHt be raiaed and creditors must be paid. A mighty tidnl wave of un])ai'Hlull«;d bargaiiiH. All of 

our CLOTNINa, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, FURNIgHimi aOOQS, TIHNKS ANB VAUSES '^^^ up to date and 

stylish, having been made for tbis fall's trade. 

We defy any mercbaat in this town to meet our prices on any of our gooda in tliia aunouDceiuonf. We 
could not begin to do it without "taking a groat loss. Conio early and got Itart^HiriH lit t'oro tlit-y are picliod over. 



•••a»i 
-•eai 



MOW 

•••ei 



The Star Clothing Co, 




CHARLES ROSENSTEIN 
Proprietor 




BIG PURCHASE 

Of Fall Footwear enables us to offer a selection of Shoes and Rubbers that will 
please the most critical. Anything in footwear you may desire at 

PRICES LOWER THAN EVER 

Our stocks are complete in every detail. Never before at the very beginning of 
the season have we been able to odcr such remarkable values. You don't hear 
anything about the "high cost of living" here. 

You Save Big Money hy Buying Your Shoes at Din Cohen' t Big Bargain Shoe Store 

A PURCHASE OF MEN'S NEW FALL FOOTWEAR 

A manufacturer's need oi cash enables us to put on sale hand-sewed shoes, in the 
very latest toes, at prices less than one>half their true value. $4 values 11.99. 

Ladies' Shoes in Tan. Velvet, Ganmetal, Patent; every size, every width; special, 
wonderlul valuea |4. 12.49. 

Ladies' New Fall Footwetr in all lettheci and in tlib iaU't ntweat alylep, biillQ^r 
and lace. $3 values $1.49. i 

Misses' New Fall Footwear in all leathers, regular height and extra high bdbtt. 
$8 values $1.49. 

Misses' and Children's Excellent School 8hoea. Lace and button ia gnmnalal 
and Vici. t2 values 99c. 

Men's High Grade Shoes in Tan, Gunmstal aad Patent; made in thb season's 
newest models, including the new ralssd toe. and the low reotding English s^le. 14 

and $5 values $2.49< <■ 
Boys' N^w Fall styles in all leathers, $3 values $1.49. 

Men's Dress and Work Shoes in all leathers, plain toe or tip. $2.50 values |lL49 
Boys', Youths' and Little Gents calf and satin calf shoes. |2 values 99c. 
Children's Vici Kid and Tan, button and lace; wedge heel; sizes 3 to 6, S5c 
▼alues49c. ' ' i 

ALL KINDS OF FELTS AND RUBBERS ~ 



.1 



DAN COHEN 



W. H. Means 
Manai 



MiiiiaMa 






It's a Pity 



OtotklMOMi'l b* toM M to 11* TkliM, lik* 
-Skto'i ooTCt, oo»loll or iPikr; thai «h«D m 
SiMMBt, 7«t g4bd boT or m»o wkuU to buy* 
Mil. Md WMU It kt a fair prla<>. h« would uui ba 
•trald o}b«tD( eh««t«d. AaToot.cTca tbou|b ha 
■il(ht Mil himtmf a maVBliaBt, ••■ adxarllia M 
aalutorSlW. Aayooa, avaa thoach ba mlibl 
Mil hlMiall • maa,M» lla: tal. lUw a boomaranir, 
man. MUb| ohi^lM Mms out tba batt 
!■ iMB, la tkat Tanr iNr j»Mr M Hal valaa, aad 
aoma lalaamaa tim imt W U Il ara lamplad lo 
laka advaataga «l UMI w l l j oa't kaow. I r ona 
maa la a towa wkoMMMMBaadlM li orookad, 
It |t*a« all a hlaok aya. bat do »nii lay uf any 
Mayt»lll« nnfobaat that ihay arnraioali. If w» 
aboaM'be lo uofortuaala Inioll any un« any tliinc 
wkloli proTM UDWorthy of 111 prlox, you will do 
at a fiaat (aror to ratura and gM your monvy. 
•Ivtaa aa aa opporlualty to aot only auiialn our 
NMtailaa ky f iTlai Tou "abaoluir •atitfaoilna 

' Bay kaok.'^ aad kaaplug up to hlib 

M MikadkataatUiMOloUitai la th« 



Mdaafaalllaf olMbliif la tbt 

Geo. H. FraQk & Co. 

■lywWt'tfiWWtCltmrt. 



FUBUCgj^lj^LEDGEtt 




Secretary ol State Gr«c«]iat has 
•igoed th« frogreMivM tba laat 
column on the offleial ballot. 



S. LeidiK of Louiiville hai been 
elected preaideot of tbe Kentucky 
State Bottlara' AuodatlOB. 




Butineflfl of Atnrrican Can compaoy 
continues to eatablieb new records; 
September betl noath of yMr. 

— - . . ■■■ • • • 

Boutbrro railway fiscal year ended 
J una SOtb. big|Ml in Map*nj'e 
bieioryi S.14 ptr oMit Mratd m eoa* 



Mayor Brand Whitlock of Toledo, 
just before sailing for Barope, de- 
clared agaiust BooseTeltand omb* out 

(or Wilson. 



'gVr.Mlllmr»M.rM«rof B«plsy. a. 
I el Mr. aa4 Mrs. W.B. Um. 



■t. aa4 Mn. Parry Altiaodar of Covta's 
iMiM «f lassts ef Mrs. I. B Orr of Basi 



' I 

TMtlnx h«r ptreatei Mr. aa4 Mrs. A. Beaator 

LaslaitoD. 

I Mr. Doailas McDowell of Wnt Tkirl street 
whe Is eacaisd la bBslaaos ia Teaasasee, la 
isr a abort star wlU bis faally. 



Mr. and Mn. C. C. Higgioi sod aop, Chirlat 
KalUolgt. aad Hit j Katharyo Lumao of Dao- 
tilla, M., srriTad thU moroiag lo their toar- 
let ear ea a ? Isit •lib Mrs. Binta's sister 
MtfcB<w ariLal|rellllliOreeb. 

flae waathsr. Moroory op to 86 yastorday. 

Cbarltoa Boat HorKiB, 74 yean old. brother 
ef Osasral John H. Morgao, died at Lazlsgtoo. 

Iba Tarioas eoootrloa of tbe World Bso 18,- 
400 HBsreal kiads ef peeli^ 



Dr. J. A. Slnpeoo ^aod family have ttkao 
ap their roeldaoea lo a handaoma new hooto io 
fMflar^itraet. 

riU PwlesMatb Blade eaye tbat tbe a * 

/O. wUI bridge tks Ohio Rifer at -8eloto?illa, 
eeaaeeUak vlth the C. aod U. HtUroad at 



The poasibility of a general strike 
on all railroads entering Atlanta was 
discoMCd by reprtMotatlVM ol the 
trainnw. 



tuBUMm-vm. 
Mr. JsMoe W. Akiaoder, aged 21. of 
Uisoa eeaaty, aad Hlie Dora Ue. h*4 21, 
•era asrrlsd last afoaiec at tbe beM a( tbe 
bride la MsysUab, Bee. Obailaa A. Saakwsll 



Froceedinft to oonttat tba recent 
"dry" Tietory ia Mahloobort eoanty 
bare been laatltafld bf dUtwt ol 
Otatnl Olty. 



H. R. KoblMtt. omNT of tbo Obi* 
oago Reeord'Herald, has bought tbe 
Inter-Ocean of the same cUy'aod will 
run it as a Talt organ. 



Tbe United States boundry survey 
party that has beenlengsged in mark- 
ing the line between Alaska and 
Oaoada hit floiabad the work. 



A. C. McNeal of El Paso, Tax., but 
formerly of Bowling Qreen, Ky., was 
kilM and bit witt probably fatally 
iaiartd ia a lailioad aeeidaat la At' 
kantat. 



Thirttta naa bavt btta iadiettd at 

Jackson, Breathitt county, (or alleged 
participation in the murder several 
months ago of (ormer Sheriff Edward 
Callahan. 



LoiiafBIa BIba LeiKa He. 8 dartaff tbe pMt 
years hss had a Graod Eialted 
<it aCblof Jastico of tbo Grand Korov, 
fear DMriet Depatlaa aai a Qraai Lodge 
Osssailtteo apaoiataeat 

Ctloaol Williaai Bryaa, L. A N. asearsloa 
ageaf. was ia Mayiftlla Wedaesday makiog 
flaal arreDgenantf for the Wammoth Caye trip 
from tkla aection oeit Wedoeiday, October 
16A. 

Ool. B. L. Maaebaeter, mtoager of the Key- 
Ce.> pleat, is ia Loiiagtoa 
Be aay alee witaese tbo 

trotf aa there are a icore or nore of Mayivllle 
poopla oat there tbe entire week. 



Mia. C. Bdward Ooioal, who hu bees a 
patteat la Oeed Baaaritaa Bospltal, Clifton. 
UaelanatI, alDce aodergolog a eerloai iorgical 
oparatloa over Urea months ago, arrived bone 
Vodaaaday, aeeoapaaied by Or. Saieet. B 



Theodore N. Vail, |)rssideDt of tbe 
Western Union Telegraph Company, 
in hit annoal rtport tabotlttad adfO> 
eataa a eonbiaad imo of Talaphoaa 
and Talaiprapb plaata. 

Moataaairo war daelaiUioa aspaet* 

ed to be followed also by Servia, Bui 
garia and Greece as soon aa their 
armies can be mobilizedj powers fear 
peace ttfoftt are frattrated. 



■ Ol.MBS— WnUAMl 

Mr. D. B. Bolafs, aged 23. faraar of Old 
VirgiaU, aad MIsa Aaaa D. WMHaae, aged 28. 
Msaoa aoaaty. wore aarrled yeeterday at the 
reeideooe of the oflleiatlDg MIolater, Rev. i, 
M. Hsyaoio, Pastor of the Pint Baptist 
Chaiab. 

aoanoK— lATNi 

Augutla Chronicle. 

Cbarlas L. Bnrdiok aad MUa Ella Mao 
Bayae. of ts H stbor^ wba baft baaa gaesta af 
George Salleo and family, near herr, hied 
tbemielvea to Ciaeiaoati last Thorsday and 
vara noiud la aarriago by Bev. Roeghtoa, of 
Wealtr Chapal, aftar vblab tbay left for 
llllaali U fisik frittiB aad prebabty laaalt. 

a, e i* 

RECORD mUKINB CROPS 

WASHtMOTOvl October lOtb.— Never 
before have the great oereal cropt of 
tba United Btalti been to bountiful as 

those of this year. Records of pro 
duction (or almost every cereal hitve 
beta taipaaaed, la aoae lattaaett 
by Biillioaa of botbelt. 

The October crop report of the De 
partment of Agriculture issued today, 
showt spring wheat, oats, barley, rye 
aad bay all have eieteded tbe beat 
record prodnetiont, while the cropt of 
corn and potatoes from present indi 
cations also will be tbe greatest ever 
harvatted. 




Gate aerkt 6 8 aal rlitac. 



TreesI 



Shrubs, Asparagi*. Rbabarb, Pso8lcs.Kesfs' 
Pbloi, ole. Nd SRoats. Qreware ef what 
we s II. Pros estalog. 

Ha Fa HILLENMEYER&SONS 

Lexington, Ky. 



in«>v 'PhvHr Ha, lu. 



G. M. WILJirlAMS 

DtNnST 
Fini NailooBl Btnk, fiourtli Floor 

PHONB 888 



OLLEQE BRAND* 



n/\KE ANY FELLOW YOUNCi 




Saturdlay uoeWeh'ti 



Tine to tblnk alMak kaeplnir wmtwi. 



ef amdaaaia 



D. HECHINGER & CO., 

Oddfellows Hall. 



Aoiest Markets. 



DooBTai raoBuoa. 
V.»llawlBg are «bla aasalag's ^aMatloaaoa 

oonBtrTprodaee.telepheaet atte'elook by B.L 
Manebaaur.Maaafferef the Eeyatoae Oomaar 

iBl OimpaiiV: 

Bin. loieoff, potaesea..— ... - -ii 



Tatkayf IIJ 



aprlagat i, IM MMb., 



Uproar among tbe auditors ol Col. 
Koosevelt at Houghton, Mich, iollow- 
td aa eicbangeof repartee betweea 
tbe apeaker and a man who challeng- 
ed a statement with the worda. "That 
is not true." 



From Tba Maeailloo, Ohio, Evening lodr- 
poadaat: "Mr. aad Mre. Albert Borig gave a 
I shower frlday la boaor of her 
, Hist Aaaa Loo Blggias. whoso marriage 
U Mr. Horaaa Zearleh of Norwalk, 0., will 
ocear Wedaaaday, October ICih." Miae Big- 
glae Is the daaghUr of Mr. and Mrs. Jsass V. 
BIggiaa, fersaerly of this eoaaty tad a alece 
af JaMt aad M. r. BadsMad e( thk elty. 



The North Dakota wheat crop is so 
great and tbe btrveat demand eo 
urgent that the butiness bouses and 
autaalaetariag plaata ol large have 
closed down to let the Mea fO lO tbe 
fieidt lor a law daye« 




Bora, to tba wife ef Mr. Will Mara, i 
AanaBredt, of 8t. Lerit,Ma,a 
Una Marae Brodl. 




Mta. Joba B. Cheaaott oatertalaod Wodaos- 
dif aftenaaa wiU a "80V party— eight 
A daHooss loBcbeoa «u sarvad. 




MftliMiBt Firtt Baptist Cburch 

Iba ass«lttt&« tht Btpllal Obaitb last 
evaaing vera the beet yet held, both froa tbe 
staadpotat ef atUsdaaee aad iateraat. 

Bo* Banpaaagaee aabbaahJta«''rNre« 
tbt Wlieol Thiogs Us BIbU Speaks Of." Be 
list, tbe sat; saeoad, eoaey: third. 
Md iMWth. apidor : TaklH oaek 
tp aspatttstp. Iba aal as raptttMllai It- 
dnelry: the ooaey. proteotlos; the leaasl. aatty 



Our eolorea mum. 

There will be a doakay soeial aad Sgg bant 
at Bethel Charoh thia avaniag. The oao piO' 
aing the doaktr'o tail ia Iho right piaee wiU 
ratefft a prias. AD are iiviiti tt ttttai. 
Refwt h asati wOl ba strvsd. 



aalOTILLB BirilL MA 

OBOMI.hoadUgbt. Vgal..... 

Coffee, 9 — 

Goldaobyrup, y sal. 

Molaiiet, new crop, V (al. 

Molaaitt, old crop, «l gal 

iior(bam,faD0j new, V gal 

Sugar, jrallow, 9 ft 

Sugar, aitra.C, V K 

Sugar, A. ,V » 

Sugar, granulated, V * 

Sugar, powdered, V a 

Sugar, Naw Orlaaoi, V ^ 

Taaa.V B> 



.ttu 
.Be 



,S 16 O ... 

SS a 4U 

96 O 4U 

. 60 O ... 

. 4U 

. «« 

8«iO ■> 
7 O ... 

.. 7 « .. 
10 

3u a 1.00 



rrotuion$anU Vonntiy froduct. 



OOOPaLOWi I^T MMERWT 

6oH«m.. St., October lOth— Tba Graad 
Udga s( Ktetaeky Oddfellows, aftsr a three 
days' aaaaal siss l sa bare. B a lsbs d Itawarit 
aad adjooraed to aeet at Podaeah aoit Oeto- 
ber. The following oMeara wtn tltiltd la 
servo for the easaing year: 

Qraad MtsMr-W. W. Our. AaUtad. 

Deputy (kaed MtHtr— a B. Hitiili, 

Padocab. 

Graod Warden -y. H. Logaa, Vrtakfort. 
Graad Traasarar— B. J. Oarbaa. DaarUle. 
Qraad Bseretsry B. 0. BMIHt, Lsxtagtoa. 
Qraai Qaardlta— J. A. OslMtit. Itatiaot. 



Advertised Letters 



Appl«i,drl«d, V ti...„ 








BaooD,braakfa«t. )l 




«» 


3U 


BacaD.cUarildei, V 


\b 




17 


UaooD, Hama, 9 ^ •••.....mm. 


17 


lib 


•JJ 


Haoou, ■boaldeie. M 


to 


o 


16 


BaaDi, 9 gBl-...M..MM.*MM...*> M« 


60 




» 


Butter, y Ik .hlw, ••••mm..... 


80 


o 






au 


«» 


M 


Plour, JaffaraoD, 9hUMMM.>~w 


6.UU 


o 




Plour, Alpha, 9 bbl 


6 76 


o 




Parfactlon „ 


6 60 






Klour, Qraliaui, 9 aaok 


40 


o 




HomlDj Vgal. ^,.„^^.... 


SO 


o 






V 




SO 




11 


((« 


16 


Maal.f) paok 








Potatoaa, W pack 


» 


tt 






18 


o 




Applet, table. _ 


SO 


o 


36 


Baoaaaa. V doian _ 


16 


o 


to 


Lamona, V doieB...„ 


40 


o 




Ltmea.ydoiea 


SO 


• 




Plaeapplee, eaa, a'loed „ 


to 


Ol 




Oa;UMalaOiaafa8 


to 


o 


«0 



FOR SALE 

The Best Proposition in Mays- 
villt For thf Monty 

We have for sale (he Lynch property 
in ihe Filth Wnrd. This is an eight* 
room liouae with double halls and 
good cellara under (he main part of 
tbe bouse and cistern at (he kitchen 
door. Lot fronts 108 feet OD Third 
street, running back 165 feet to an 
alley. There ia all binds of fruit on 
this lot. In tbit property you prac- 
tically have a farm in the center of 
town. We will give you a bargain in 
(bis place on esity terms. 

Don't overlook (he opportunity to 
own the bcBt homo in this city lor the 
money we will ask you lor this place, 

Tlios.L.Ewan&Co 

REAL ESTATE 

AMD ■ 

LOAN AQBNTS 

?^m'",r ' VWSVILLE, KY. 



Nice to Hive in tho Home 1 
Abtolately Pure Filtered 

Juice 
of 

Lemons ! 

One Pint Bottle 25c 

TRAXEL'S 



Underwear fbr nan, wnmen and ohiidren at 2<lo a 
qnallty. 

Thn aeparate Karmenta Miid Union 8nlla at BOo are ln>at poaalMe mt 
l-'lve dltferent atylua in ITnlon Hulta for ladles at OL, 
The Outiiifra at bo and H,'„o are better tlian aver before at prioea and ara 
really worth much nore. 

Special baricalna In larffe. heavy Cotton Blankata ft. 01.50 and Sl.oa. 
Th» KoMlj-to-WMr Pettlooata at 40o, OSc. utc. are ba^lae. 
liBrKAst atock of Neckwear, neweat atylee, in ibe olty. 
Ilibbona, Balta, Ooltora, Basvau^ Ouosbs, Pawaaa. Olovee. 
■paelai-A aet of drawn worlTBad SptaaO aad rulow 

Vv9 IB0fll* 

Saturday Night Mm, 6 to 9 Only 

00 bnya neal Mnen Handkerohlefi worth lOo. 

lOo buys chnlon nfniKithnr hiindr»d Pine and noauty Plna. 

ROBERT L HOEFLICH, '''^'L^ 



Sole Agent i 



Borohla Skirta, 
Ony Stookiiifra, 
American Ijady Coraeta, 
Standard Patteriia. 



The Big 4. 



All a*ll«r fiar pnbllralioa naaat be 
a •■•Iwk a. aa. 



Xo Charge/ 



■■ l.:-f ,1.1.1 ■ 



A'lvTHirmrnU wuUi' 

W'imir,!," ■■ .Sin,, III', in 

l,t." '1,1 t U',f r I r, , .li ,1,1 



If It's ROOKWOOD 

It's 6ood COFFEE 

TbaN's ssvaial giadss, bat bs sale It's Raokwood 

30e tt 40e Ptr Pomm 

Ooa pouBd packasai. Ooe pound can*. All 
grocers 

The E. R. Weiister Co. {,3'a':Si 



PHYSICIAN! 
OPTICIAN! 



Your pbyiiolaa eaa \raataaeoaaaf ally 
all ordlaary aye dieaaase. If aa 
epeiat oa is aeeeassry be will refer 
yoa te a REAL speelalist It eye aor- 
gery. Wbea gisssee are ssesesary 
ke will adTlee yon to see tbe sbilled 
opliclan, one who kaoasglsssse frow 
A to Z. Ue will tell yoa to go te 
Siapeoa beesnie he koows tbat tbe 
■aa wba speeialisse ia tbe oae to 
eeaaah aboat bla speelalty. 

J. A. SIMPSON, 

iteeend Floor VIrat Natloual Uaak, 
MAT8V1LLE. KV. 



i:yy t • 

• *^o lliialnt-M Adirrtlaruiruta iiiMTl«Ml 

,1 1 1 llltlll |»HJ . 

l^_,i nun 1 /,nt l„ r,,m( Ihe flrtl linu, we Ini ilf <ij 
mting raprtUUm* mi or* Meanory (o fcmra wluU you 
xtvarttoa /or. ir« admrHurt lo /ml IKat they 
rt not (avMMinf on «« utUtg our /rt* rolmiiiM. 
KrAihor Umr § Mvar /umlik ropt, wAicA etm be 
i«l •! Ms 4|lea or eeai *y smM. 

TBg rvtirc LMJtosa, 

Jfo. to KatI Whlr*mrtt. 



For Jak 



AiverttitmrnfM unitrf ffiii *ifnthno , tinl f^reetttnj 
« • liT'.ei, 10 renll r,irh iiiirrltn,. i,r SO centt u Ulttk 

lilOK bAI.K- liAln S COM. \ I'Sl 



For lUnt. 



tw «»«<, It centl earti ijurrtien, or t(i eetui u u/eek 



IjIOK RBKT-IIOl SE-Or nve rnoiiii on Kaat 
M: Fifth itreet. Uoag yarit, water In liuuie. 
Apply to MISS MAMIE ARCUDF.ACON. 



|jV>R RKNT shoP-Ob Mataat aiieei, aoxi 

JC Ooor 10 Krt'.i Dieeere abop. Apply to MRS. 

D.F1TZQEBALU. ' 



iOanted. 



•to An oSo 

Established Reputation! 

For salefy'and good methods should siirrly be 
considered in the selection of a Hank. Tll8 Stite 

National is seeking your Business. 

ICONSERVATiVL COURTEOUSa 8AFL 

The State National Bank 

Ktafftfidttaf HTy* 

a, KAROe, £• 7. KIRK, M. C. SHARP, 



A Jt >■ fiMemfnt 9 untirr Ifiii fxfn tttiQ. u,,t rrreeAini 
AXfe iinf$, iO rrntt each insrrtioit, i>r BO centt a week. 

WANI'i:i>-COOK-A|<iily lu 1. ll.MtnoiK 

WANTBD-WOMAN TO UU \VASHIN(i 
Alao a WBltraaa for teitraur»iit. Ai>ply 
toHAMHATTAM RRSTACRANT, Second i.tr.'. l. 



WAWTRD— WASHING TO Ut)-Iii onL r i . 
support itgi'd ino'litr. Ai'i'ly to MAK\ 
PAItKK.K, S^-coiul slnvi, ecu 1 w 

WANTED -SBUONU HAN l> <.;L(/nilN(i 
For both naa aod wonn'ii: nviTcunt!,. 
ladln' oloaka, nodarwaar, white underiikirt.. ric 
Alao will buy eomfoiu. blaokaii and tlie>'ti 
Will oall at lioiDM. J. H. URADl'OKD. 4S Ba.i 
Kropt eiraat. 'PhoeelO. Janl ly 



'^^AMTID-eBWINO— Apply to Sll 



rilHE .1 T. M.m KF.V I UANSKKK CoMrA.N'i 
X will inuVK miyiliiiiK any tini" Kiiy \,\ikw. 
OlDre Gi-nrxi' W. Oiilds L-l,iiir ntniiil. I W'-ti Sir 
oud i,tr«ei, ltity«vllitf. Ky. 'I'hon- )•■.') I y 



Daily 
Meat Marketl 

W. A. Wood & Bro. 

We. aao Market Strtot 
Pkoaa tas, BiAVsriLLB, KT. 

(Ia Baalaeai tu Yeare.) 

WE PAY FOR 

Green Beef Hides 12e 

Veal Cakes, No. 1 9c 

Beef Tallow, No. 1 ... . 7e 

Country Bacon 16e 

Country Hams 180 

Country Shoulder 14c 

W« liave cur .tore room eod alaaahlariait 
Ikmiii' In iiiu ii«it lanitarjr eoadlttoB waayla 
iiie ciiy and \\» luviie looal, etata or sntaTaawal 
{otMotlon. We buy the beet alMk oa tho ■Of' 
ket aad sell at tba /ewast prioss. 

Wa«|M 

Batakera' Slock and HMaa. 



KKMOVAL Mm. U.S. DaviUbuii ilefilri'S tu In 
loni) tier ptitr^tDi mid frk-mlb ilutt t)iH hn^ 
r**!iiov«'tl fiff iMi(llfii-rv sii-re tu ('"fut-r of .Si-.*.niil 
liiul LiiiifstdiH' sir-H'tg. t'-i7 lw_. 



Ai^ortimmeult Wider Mtt arodiiitf MMarwd 'i n 
aul ad««rMMr< wuut furMth Me copy. 



onauaATi MABginR. 

Oiaonnun.OBt. ll, im. 



■hippass 

Xltra .•MM.MM**MM..MW«MMM^9V tO^SS 00 

BatobarSlsota,eatia.....W V^M n 

Ooodteaaalae ,>y„iM UMT M 

Ooaiaeato tatf...,. ..J* Miia H 

■eU«rs,astra ........^JS OS^M 10 

Qoad toeaoloa ............. — it UO^SS n 

OoBUBoa tofalr...... ts to«il no 

Oewa.astra It HOIS 75 

, Oaadio ohelaaM......«M...M SBOK 00 

OoaiBiea M lair ft iboS4 ro 

OftBMHaa»asMaoaaeoa*eaaaeeea**t>i.8R lA^tA W 

■alls.belegaa,»...M.-. M M«« if 



Daylight Window Displays 

at Night 

It is wonderful how beautiful and attractivo win- 
dow displays are under tbe pure white rays of 

ELECTRIC LIGHT I 



A well-dressed window properly Ulomlnatad is 
like a beautlfol j^lotart. W« OMi nuiki yoon ftt- 

traotlve. 



I^OST-OpOR KF.Y-Bet«een Oarr'a Mill sod 



ofltoe 



C. C. Bo^per*<. Flat tt pleaee fetara lo ibii 



Losr-KOUNTAIN PBM-Uetweea Myall A 
Calrrrt'e euble and Waeblotlon. Finder 
pleaee relara te MAY MALTBV, Majevllla Uigli 

lohool. oolS_lw 

LOSr— MI SK: HOUK -llet» i I'oaloUli;.- unil 
Traxel't oonleotluuvty. I'luaie raturu to 
Dilaodiaa. oot4 Iw 



Z l)dwkc$' latm pattern in 
€ut6la$$. jifineaiion* 
meit of lU tfefL 
piecii 

Jiiio^trMiiHMor lur* 

ling $ilocr. 

Ghas. We Traxel ft fo. 

Jewelers. 



Found. 



A d uo i l lmm tttU umfar Mw Aeodtrf tm er t a J A*a, 
Sirt adaerMaare f»«Ml /umM Me eaw. 



I.loi .M) linx OK MKN S III.ACK IIOSE- 
Li fi ni '•i,r btori! x'vrrni wa*kii aito. (Jwuer 
call aud pr«v« tbi-lr pruparty. (JUOK lilSYEiUt, 
Bait TUlid atraek 



12. t 



TMsaflarMas lof. Pwrysiaa •» laba far 
Us sabjeet "A Uviaf Dm ia BaMer Tkaa s 
OsadUsaraaAla lbeoNiriac"A Maa Dp a 

^ee.*^ 



Below la a list of laitora raaaiaiag saeallad 
for i* Iba M^fvOady.) Nalsflaa fbr tta 
vaek endiaff OaMOT 9, 1012: 
Alloa, Jobs JosM, Mra. Bra Jose 

Cask. Nate LofUa, Miss Vergia 

Oeaaer.llrs.Ja<lalsfnrllsasaisa. Mta Balsa 
Caeper, Joba MafaU, Mra. Mallle 

Crabb. D. C. i:?) Miller, Beory 
Drsks. MIm Koee Moore. Mra. Cleaanls 
Elkeoaa, Fiaker Parker, Mlas Calla 

naasar. Z. 0. PsaalaflasMn. Maiy 

Oeas.Bobsrt PbllM*iaMoa 
Hoim.D. Mu. Uairiaa ValUM.aM4i(9 

JobaaoD, W. Y. 
Oae seal <«aoa oaek af afiaea, 
foraeaa aalHac for kbaaa l a h eia vfl floMo 



9atkaUs«Mw«.».. ••••m.m.mJ 
OWa««. 

Bitra 10 OOftIO ts 

Falrtefoed — jm ««>0 00 

Osssaea aad lane JH MM • tt 

Hogt. 

Heavy bogi tH tri^ sn 

Paokera aad aaiakere iv iu«ftSU 20 

Miied paahassM.H.4.M. *> ou«Mv m> 

Staca..... u toor to 

■aary tat sews SS 60O*S 40 

Kitra " S n$ 

I.lKbttliliipara t! 760*H » 

Pl«i, IIUpouBd* aadlaiB.S4 WdT SS 
MMp. 

Bstra S8 400*3 M 

Good to oholoa SS OOOSt .» 

OomaiOB to lair SI 'itO*> lf> 



MAYSVILLE GAS CO. 



■sua .....IS no* 

Oaedto ebolae S6 ISOM OS 

Oasaatoatafau M st^M so 



DAeei. 

«a.||0i..WM..MM.~......l 0««l 01 

VCafWA teeeaeeeeeeeaaeeeaae aaeeeaae* tS^t fl9 
V^o^IMA eeeaao •eseaaae ^^^^ 

Com. 

lV9s9V^ftl9eMeee*Meeseeeeaeaeeea«9 VI ^9 K 

VCsSydlMVMeaveetaaeeeeoeaaMt 9$ ^ M 

V#e S MlWa^i IS las aoi sal sss aao las ■ M ^ V9 



«e.lwbtts....«.M 
■e.tailas«M. 



We Are Better Prepared 

Than ever this fall to satisfy our eaatoman. Years 
axo we adopted the metbod of fair dealing aod wa 
find it pajOi (or foday oar old cualoaaara bava par* 



foot eoaOdoMa in u. Wb mU tba ktod ol 
(bal iaapirM oonflteMS bad wa go 
tlon. Wa bava tht Batllast Una o( 



SUITS md OVERCOATS 

Ever sold ia Maysville. All tbe i>e» sbadea and 
•tylMUthort. > t t i t < t 

Our Line of Shoes is Complete 

11 you want a good pair ol shoes come here for 
them, Every pair guaranteed. : ; : . 

Mew Fresh Furnishing Goods, New Hats, Caps, Trunks 
Md Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter 
Vnderwewand Sweaters 



TllK OSKAMT JfWKLRY COUPAN 

ClsnsNATi. (I., Fi<hraiiry28(k, 191:2. 
To Whom 7'Aii May Conetrn: 

Tbis Is to eartiry tbat Jobs L. Walah wu 
eaiployed by me, for tbe Osksap Jewelry Co., 
as wstehmsker for a eonsidarabla period and 
AirliiK (hat time biu work wee entirely aatia. 
fsolory and ha was aspacially adapt in repair, 
lag lae vatabM aad ebreaotr^bii ud It 
gives BO i^Mt piMwr* to reeosisieai bla as 
a flrst-slass valebaaber. 

Joavi V. Burns, 

BeaJ watchmsker for tba Oskasip Jewelry 

Compaoy. 



WALSH, 



Vatchmaker 

Esplanade Square 

Maysville, Kentucky. 



THM LBOOKK laada U 
all, mA la tke lavwila ysM^ 
•C Ike yaaptot 



MARY LOUISE CROSBY 

GRADUATE NURSE. 




No I tlmotby SIT U0«SI7 lu 

Ma.tllaiotby ................SIC SOCSK 00 

No. I t>aotliy.«..«......SI< UO^SU uo 

to. 1 aloTaA..^.... tit ooesio oo' 

Me.lataverWasd Ill M«sts lo 

Me. I alaver iWad Ill SBMUt U 



J. Wesley Lee aotbeslHan 

Wikeut Cor. Market and Second Strati 



TBLBPUOMB 

L.C.CROSBY'S RESIDENCE 

Or I'arkrr ,V Rliay'a Slabia, l>boBa 174. 



Second-Hand Matarial ol 
the Htall Houao 

Sold by Ibe Ueaa Tubofieo Uouipaay. 

9HURARR. 




NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY 
A SWEEPER-VAC 

We have over 230 tatified 
customerg who'are uaing thig 
wonderful iweeper. 

Phone or drop us a card, 
and we will be glad to ^ome 
to your home and demon- 
strate the Sweeper- Vac. 

We also have a large and 
complete line of high-clasi 
furniture. 

Come and let us show 
you, 

MelLVAIH,! HUMPHREYS 
A KNOX, 

I'lineral Directors and Em- 
bahners. Furniture Dealers. 

207 8iittMSIritt. 'Phomiso 




Jpo cial ^Uq inifa 

Jh «MteOT«i9 •.IvrrrUfMcM* i n, fSe 

WeVAMtMWwr, »i<viH- ■tnde/tomo 

mer tk mi U wkot* mdotnunuiu aiir ..rt tmlAUpmtur. 
aur riaSi i 1 ara a wi» c« tt.'<ir n^tutud lo late Html uu, 
mo mo o ^ mHo n m w U <n Taa teat.tv LSDoaa. 
i*«e ia< a aia t i>e« noum,, mm* a wa4 u froHMM* 
ka SeUI Ma adferatair aiMi lae .fiMar.